Metaphysics : Plato vs. Aristotle
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He believed our senses deceived us, and could not be trusted (Fernie). Our senses lead us to believe that our world is real and perfect, when in fact it is not. Ultimately, he believed our reality should be regarded as spiritual, not physical (Fernie).
Aristotle's theory of metaphysics believes in these same forms as Plato, however, he believes they exist in only one realm, our realm (Cohen)...
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He believes that form is simply a material at work (Cohen). Forms are within the objects we see; they give shape to reality. He believed form is the primary and casual source of all being in this world (Cohen). He felt forms had no separate existence, but were in fact the concrete behind all objects in our reality...
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